Queston #14087Note

This image, showing asymmetric atrophy involving only one hemisphere, is consistent with Rassmussen’s encephalitis. The most common seizure (77% of cases) seen in patients with Rasmussen’s encephalitis is focal motor seizures involving one side of the body. FTBTC seizures are the second most common (42%), followed by focal seizures with impaired awareness (19-31%). Generalized seizures are not typical for Rasmussen’s encephalitis